Friday, March 26, 2010

A Tree Planting for Ann Masters

Scores of Ann Masters' friends and family gathered at noon for the planting of a plum tree in her honor at Wasena Park.

Barbara Duerk (right) presents small commemorative plaques to Ann's daughters Cam Miller (left) and Sam Durham.

Cam and Sam remember their mother.

A crowd of friends and family gathered at noon today at Wasena Park to plant a plum tree in memory of former Clean Valley Council director Ann Masters. Ann, who died at Christmastime this past year, was remembered as a staunch environmentalist who helped pull Roanoke into the movement. The tree was planted at the entrance to the park, one of Ann's favorites.

1 comment:

  1. Cam and I are so grateful to her very wonderful friends. Thank each of you for keeping her memory alive with us. You can't imagine what this means to us. We miss her so.